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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1947
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 24,1947 PUBLISHED WEEKLY>rV. NAL POINT BV PAUL RARDINCIRCULATING



THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY



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I J 1 New Electric Sign Community Chest Barbecue Will Be New Elks Lodge To

RECENT
At Tourist CourtA Featured At Tut'sTut

I OPERATIONSBy Plans To Be Made Be Instituted At

handsome new electric sign Guthrie nas opened "Tutshut'

-.- has been erected by Mr. and Mrs. on Belle Glade road out of.
Belle
Glade Mon.A
Tuesday EveningA Pahokee just south of Snyder
I F a.d' Rardin Van Stuckey at their new tourist .
new grocery store Tut will
court. The sign carries the name ---
handle all kinds of sandwiches but ,
-Palm Villas--of the court and meeting of the directors andcivic ; new' Elks Lodge will be instituted -
will barbecue Aspecial :
specialize in
Dr. Clifford Samuelson of adds to the
materially attractiveness
in Belle Glade next Monday
club of the
representatives i barbecue pit has been built
the Florida i Cnair. Missionary of the court. Mr. and Mrs. night when Benevolent and Protective -
Pahokee-Canal Point Community and plans call for pork and beef
Assemblies speaker at Stuckey report that has I
was guest patronage I Order of Elks No. 1716 receives -
a joint :neeting 01 the Pahokee been exceptionally good since the Chest will be held next Tuesday barbecue and barbecued ribs. Rib.-: its charter at the hands of
will be available by the pound to
notary and Lions cJ..bs at Baptist court was opened a few weeks night. Jan. 28 at the Pahokee high Grand Exalted Ruler Charles 1-:.
take out. Tut said Chicken in
Fellowship; Hall in Pahokee: Thursday ago. It is one of the finest courtsin school building, according to announcement Broughton of Sheboygan Michigan -
the basket will be another specialty -
noon. Dr. Sarauelson appeared Florida and i* enjoying a splen- made this week by of- The ceremony is set for 8
the said.
under s-n.or.bip of the Paho- did high-type patronage. ficials of the chest. It is hopedby proprietor p. m. at the new American Legion

kee-Canal Point Ministerial Association --- officials that every interested ,, - -__ hall in Belle Glade. Pahokee

the. organization also Palm Beach County person will be present for the Lodge Xo. 1635 us the sponsoring
sponsoring appearances of other : meeting Tuesday night since important First Concert Of lodge.

ambassadors in this section. Dr. i Court Hands Out business is to be trans I District Deputy Alex Arnette of

Samuelson's address was interest- I Swift Justice acted.It Winter Season By West Palm Beach will be present

ing and educational and held the was pointed out that reportswill

undivided attention of the audience be heard (concerning the firstear's
Some sort of record
a was set
until he uttered his final by efficient Palm Beach countylaw > operation of the chest Reorganization High School Band I

word. Rev. C. T. Howes of the enforcement official on Monday will be held and new-
officers elected for the
coming
Pahokee Methodist Church introduced -
and Tuesday of this week
Bandmastre Robert O. Lampi
and will be made for
year plans
other member of the Paho-
when a negro was caught and
will present huPahokee High
the it
work
year's was pointed
kee-Canal Point Ministerial Association -
sentenced to Raiford in a little out. School Band in the first of a l series
to the large audience.In more than 24 hours after he committed of winter and concerts in t r,
The Community Chest got awayto spring
his crime of slaying a the high school auditorium on
a Flow start but did an excellent ,,
the absence of Rotary Presi- negro woman at Jones between -
camp of work considering the Sunday. Jan 26, at 3:30 p. m. :
piece
dent P. P. deMoya the job of Canal Point and Twenty
amount of co-operation it received I I As it starts its winter season :
presiding at the meeting devolved Mile Bend according to Constable Officials are hoping that fuller the highly rated Pahokee High

upon mf". a past president of the Francis Cross of Canal Point. and more complete plans can be I I Iperfected ; School Band is larger than ever
club. At the close of Dr. Samuel- The negro. James Lowry. 36. before. It now has 51
for the year's
.con's address I thought it fitting stabbed Florence Ponder 44, eigh- work and that more coming co-operation I,,I mists in addition to :

i' and proper that I tell him briefly teen times with a pair of scissors will be forthcoming from those '''a drum major and instrument-I ,

about the calibre of ministers in t'8rlyIonday morning. She died. who should carry the load of charity ,. ettes. The city '
our midst today. In one succinctwntence Constable Francis Cross was call- in the two communities. I I tee of West Palm Beach has again

I said that the Pahokee- ed and apprehended the negro. i - :, invited the band to give two performances -
Canal Point area is better equipped The constable took the law breaker at the Flagler Park l

with ministers of the gospel to West Palm Beach shortly Bollinger Speaks To band.'hell this season one Feb. 2 lI

today than in many years. Without afternoon on Monday followingthe Pahokee BPW ClubJohn and the other April 13. I I
1 fear of contradiction I repeat slaying. Shortly after noon Sunday's program. which includes -

here in print what I told the visit- on Tuesday Judge E. G. Newell. of E. Bellinger of West Palm a wide variety of selections-'

ing mis. ionary. I am of the firm the criminal court sentenced the Beach spoke on "State Lt>g-i lation" to please every taste, it as fol-
negro to 10 years at Raiford for Grand Exalted Ruler
opinion that in the Canal Point- at a meeting of the Everglades lows:
Pahokee area we have a more manslaughter.Law Business and ProfessionalWoman's Little Champ Iarehesang Charles E. Broughton
enforcement in Palm Beach Overture Yoder
able aggressive, coop'ratiand Aurora
county seems to be in goods hands Club Tuesday night. Thf'1gut'st i i for the ceremony and take an
of I Across the Atlantic Crawford
outstanding group men servingGod
these days Headed by Sheriff speaker was introduced by Billboard :March Klohr active part in in..titutingthe
in
our pulpits than in many Clark Hull chairman.
years. John Kirk and an efficient corpsof program Selections from Strauss Yoder lodge, it was said by officials] of
deputies and ably assisted i by a Dorothy Graham pianist played I
-- Old Sanders
--- Good Days ExGovernor
the new organization -
several musical selection. Nnla
group of alert constables and city The Marvel Fillmore i
Plans DiscussedFor police lawbreakers in the county Dragon )legislation committee Dave Sholtz. former grand exalted -
of
i Mary Had a Flock Sheep
Legion HomeIn have little chance of escape The chairman was In charge of program Yoder i 1 i ruler of Elkdom. will be another -

sheriffs department ha- an efficient : arrangements London Suite Vail dignitary present for the ocaMon -

Canal Point radio et-up which is interconnected Plans were made for local club Alexander" Ragtime Bind < His many friends in the

I. with the State Highway I member to attend a meeting of Berlin Glades will If happy to greet him

Members of the newly organize I Patrol radio set-up in this area the Belle Glad BXPW Club on Big Time Boogie MoffrttHev' on this auspicious occasion High

American Legion Post 242 at a Through this modern means of I Jan. 31. at which Philip Oogood.lecturer That's Boogie: Woogi I officials of Elkdom throughout

meeting in the Methodist Church tracking down criminals. the will tw guest speaker At Handlon Florida will be in attendance at

Monday (evening: di!>oiissed plansfor iff. his deputies the constable sht'r-I the conclusion (f. the meeting refreshments Pilgrim Triumphal Talh.,tt the meeting
are were served by Alma I l< ,lpe. Pahokee.
the future construction of a police departments I Kolomea Overture Fulton Thepons< iring
Legion home in Canal Point. excellent job. The courts are Farrow. Kethrlle Dobrow an.1Ir-, Officer of the Dav Hall i will put on the initiation of nearly -

Commander Roy Pope appointedJ manned by the very highest type I' Dragon htistespfs Star Spangled Banner Mod members to be received into

S, Ohastam.. Lee Kimball and of men in the state thus assuring! : I II --- Fillmore Arrang : the lodge! that night At present

Tom Ennis on a committee to every person apprehended of justice ,: FBI Report ShowsAhsence I there are 43 Elks in the Belle
I .
of' -- -
make a survey of the town and I at the hand* of a group Glade area who will U among

recommend a lot that will make a trained jurists I! Of Foul Play Prominent Sneaker i charter members of the nw lodge
desirable site for the ------ i Following the rerfrnony and ins -
proposalLegion
I
homeExctllent Band Takes P rt I Constable Fnnns W ('rose;; said Belle Glade BWPC s :tiation a big barbww will r-

progressas; reported -terdav that a report from theFBI ; served Those in charge of the

on the membership 1nvo Post ; In Gladioli! !Festival in Washington in regard to The Belle Giadr; B'i"mf<=s ant J : harberue said that plans! rail for

=242: now h10 paid-Tip memberand I the recent death of C F. Mayo .- Pr.ffssn.nalV..rr.ar < "!1Ih. In fe barbertir- I-. served around

\fMtt; to reach the immediate -I The Pahokee Hiiih: S. n.xil l Ban 1 Canal Point shooed there was no kf'f'prallth tr r f
coal of M members bv the ,, was among' the *chc .>l hands in the I foul plav Locally it had h.en hr.njrire: .nitur..i! -"p"akf<; to the ommitt-e. are in charge

time of the nt ir. 'tinfr on Feb i..untth. t..k part ir the Gl:>
The picot colors: were orderedat roll: FeMixal p.na.lt in P.lravIVah : play may have been cause <.f the 0.-C"! DP L II D at Vf. !1 program They are as foll w

tuo mot tine Tbrt-fiv. v,'terms Monty! nic .t T.:"> school! elderly man" death Pni f1lngwall Community tf>ttndl.-t Church in : its-reatunn I mmitte- headed !.'.'
were present i! hands of West Palm Reach. Lake; I thought by s.nie to have Belle Glade: ro Friday Jan larv 31 ; r.'IV Render" and the Ho_ ei > -

--.-- I Worth. Hoc a Raton and Delray caused his deatJf' Ar. autopsy' waperformetl .. at 30 p m. His subject' will hi- !i mlttf' headed bv Nattt TavlorTh

\TTKM '11' t'IIMrTu I Heath also were in tf-e parat'B.ntmaash'r I following his death and What Our Young Pe .pNAre I }signet "tntnltt1* m he i'f'l

>s from Ph.,1l'h'; <\ttnd".l R,-bert O Lamps; :i frill! m\etg/iti"n W hi h showed Tb-nkme I.\ p"taU<.. k a"! the harhr
Nvtrd fr Osgood "" ,;,.:, k"wr- (| c-.e i j.. headed b\ Shelly Cootie"
the Bar-tut PairLike .\ iition \\' n. Clinic in Take meeting of the Florida Rtnd- I ('rasa !aid' he wa cia-J to mak lnturert : educator a'Hr an: j Officers alr..atyhf'JII'n for s..enew

Worth this week were Mr O O inters sfKiation ir. Del..and tomorrow >- I this irf"T mien fr.rn the FBI pear. "er lip reigned from then beige are \ E fn.-h: >

r.'lh rt. Mr J II Wilkinson I ; Jr. i Sat Plan will be I public !Of' that H'\' -!:.:'" .-tle'-tan: .]- :r.'tr; *;>r the purpose ..f ront'ng I' Kirchnr.an.xalt...l nier! !? "

Mrs T. \V Kn'gM Mr Ralph 1 ma 'f' at thi me'tir.c for the annual i .ng.Trtph b-1 rl..trM ::p : s" a leas limited wavy thunk IVt/nrr ...t..L.'n"rfl leading:: knight

Gnrr Mrs II I... J'\'t'r. Mrs. | State Music Festival and of writing lecturing and I Ralph )"'-rkk. ternecJ lout

Horace Pnwtn.Irl C A. M...rrsr. : \',' tf'5t for school!' bands and or- I Mr and Mrs XV Ro('eHe Wil5or anticipation in nonienomiiati kncftt San* BTV esteemed l@rtI -

Mrs .1 O !of'k.fr1' G C Con"ell. ch,'stras which IS to 1.1J in tiiTed: \\' ireaxfrom. Col- al pc"dlolo5"an,l popular ..duration using knight. Fred Siramor.*. ITr -

!. Mr C A. R'tdt'lo"'r.o.fr*., !Imt. April 24C<5Mr qutt, ija. were they have farm and has written many t jok..,, -tarv Frar.k: Dro.l.-y. traswrtr
Wilev Tillis Mrs, Homer Barnes.. Lamps was' recently reelected irc ir.. rests a-d also w-ere the jII There will r* r<-. chase. for tfciintr i I Pan r PafJ?.tt_ t'I.r.: J. L. Cy

Mr F G. Gillis and Miss' Conns*. I. secretary-treasurer cf the I[ plan to snake t. f'r home in the : *! tir.c talk and parent*. c grjr.' Carl T Ccr. truer

Marshall. F"K>nia Bar. Jma-lter Association I! near future e!'p-..:aly! ar.. urged to attend (Continued en) page 4'Esfa6lished



Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, January 21 .1947



THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing I; "ail-citnu"Gibson stated emblem.that it is plannedto

By :\ ; telecast this picture from he
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region I NBC-New York sudio a few days:

Established 1924 Published Every Friday The prior to the opening of the Florida -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe .; I Citrus Exposition to be heldin
Winter Haven Feb. 17-22.:
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn has been -- ---- --

Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter. ministers : 1'KOMIXEXT sl'EKIliTAMPA
and The scientist who developed -
Paul Kardin ------Editor and Publisher will "... ; the system of visual recognition -

of of aircraft used to train

next week.On Army and Navy pilots during the
Houses Coming Down
; war addressed the opening sessionof
Houses for re-sale plummet in price ; "the boors over," S:00 P. the Mid-Winter Optometric Educational

say many real estate men. M. D.. L. Congress at the Tampa
In Los Angeles dwelling for which $17,300: was offered Pahokee Terrace Hotel last Sunday.

nine months ago recently brought $11,500-after a month's Dr. Hume I', He was Dr. Samuel RenshaPh. \,.

plugging in newspaper ads. Detroit real estate men say of the D.. professor of experimental

they've shaded prices an average 120 percent in the past and one psychology at Ohio State University -
:
Yale one: of the leading psychologist
older downas
three months. Pittsburgh houses 20 years or are '
Chansgha.The of the nation whose experiments -
much as :'JO percent from their highs. Real estate brok- '
Re have led him into the field
ers there, as elsewhere, declare sales as well as prices are
as of
slipping. One, named Knight, indicates his distress on his will : Approximately optometry. 50 delegates to

new cards which say, on one side, "Business stinks," andon On 'I the congress from 13 states and

the other side, "Whaddaya doin' to Knight !" George \\ ; Washington were pre.sent for the

Several Cleveland realty men say they're being asked for meeting I opening session it was announcedby

the first time by contractors to list new homes which the Church Co-chairman Dr. H. C. Bum-

latter have been unable to move at today's high prices. But vice bE'in pous. St. Petersburg.and additional -

they refuse the business. Declares one : "The prices will The I delegates were expected during -
'
have to come down first." Dr. the week.

The National Association of Home Builders observes a from a I .

"definite downward trend" in prices of old homes. It also vice as I John E. (Jake) Williams of
rica and Canal Point is a patient at the
foresees a "possible tightening" of mortgage interests rateson
Southern Everglades Memorial Hospital this
new construction.-Wall Street Journal. I
me sasg-. week.

Ru't"'ia". I

Dick Hill Equipped New Race Track Has In I IV THE riRCTIT COURT OK TUT
for the I FIFTEENTH JlDIflU. TIKCl'IT OF
For His New Job | Open House for 10,000 THE STATE OF FI.OHIIM. .AM
has I OK I'\I.M: iuI\11 CWXTY
in the Pa ; IN CHANCERY
With Power
Company I Case No. 23KH3GERMAIN :
TAIP.llire than 10.000
__ i On I PAUL GRAIfAMPlaintiff. :
people from throughout the Florida Samnel<: .
Richard (Dick ) D. Hill, well; -\',,- :
known to hundreds of Floridians I Sunshine Gulf Coast Park last resort area\' visited I on ingof"A : I JUIIETTE GRAHAM.Defendant.

in the state's eastern area has I ticipate in "open house" at theWest Indnk .NOTKE: TO \PPF\ll
To the Defendant. Juliette Graham
been appointed Eastern division 1' Coast's only horse racing sit I :: You trp heret required to ftPI"H'a.11
the nhi"e entitled Stilt for tvor! e on
manager for Florida Power anJ track which opoens. a fin-day rae- l.iv.: I or before February :Z4Mi 1947; ,-1-.. a
Light Company. ing I1w..tingthi- week. |I duced I Decree Pro Confcsso Vi'I be entered
The Oldsfar track was ripened ]]' Pev .Mr. : against you
While Mr. Hill takes thetitle
over Wltr.esmv hand and the Seal of
of divi-ion manager the: work for public inspection la.-t Sunday j in" r : Said court at heat Palm n;>:ie-h. Florid .
and during th eday more than The I January 18. 1947J
and of the has
lesponsibility job ALEX ARNETTE: Clerk!
been his for some time. He served .000 ("al'Wl'rE' checked into the j the r'ar, ; Circuit Court
parking lot. "We are greatly! encouraged terial ... Circuit Court Seal iBv
as acting division manager during I Thaddir P Plan
the extended illness of C. II. I by this show of interes: IWputC'rk
in the establishment of thoroughbred I R C Pre K-ott Solicitor foi
Ellis division manager who recently i iV' Plaintiff I
died.! Hill's new promotion horse racing as a major i I! Pub Jan :J4&. U & Frt 7; A14 1947I
jja another in the series which has Winter attraction on th- Florida'' I

marked his successful career with Gulf: Coast." stated C. ('. (Milol :I I i I II
1
Florida Power and Light Com- 'I Vega Jr.. Tampa attorney, who is I I .Of'I I II
pa n v. president of Sunshine Paik Racing The \ ;

As manager since 1920! for the Association. I I making i
West Palm Reach district of the I I ----- get the \

company. Hill gained an enviablefollowing i Suggests MondaysFor I to ;; |I "
of staunch friends and Life In;

established himself as one of West i All Holidays ped. A :k4! !

Palm Reach's leading citizens. In i I i Canal

1939! the city's Chamber of Commerce Bv Larry J. Daly I percent \ (

elected him president: from ; Editor. \\'t'J.ster.lass... Times IHK! (' R
19.17 through 1911 he served as Why niiiNt tae hate holiday reason ;

president of the Gulf Stream I in iiiid-uwk? j the ,

Council Boy Scouts of America In u nation \\heri efficiency off the 1

and in 1940-41 he was elected vice I has been raised to the 'nth degree. I This Sy. i NQw s .
of the West Palm Reach !
president vhy muvt ue go on and The IILA S
KiwanU club. Hill has also been I through the )'I'SN bearing theburden j I Revised I p, .k ,

active in the Masons. Elks Palm of a terrific c-ovt that isoccasioned ]i 1 M. fE8 '
Beach Yacht National Guard.! :
of the 'calendar a holidayfall collected
Hill joined the power companyin on a day in the middle of veteran

1920 then the Southern Utilities I the uwk A,k any manufacturer has RAD E USIA
and has held the posi- l
company what it meant in lost production from
tions of division commercial manager o
to "
rr ujne operationsafter ( 0 p0t4JJ1
of the Delray ,
manager << a holiday that falls on cial
Beach district .and manager of the Wednesday: for instance.It that it
West Palm Reach district. With :
was this thought, by no. money
his wife and two children he will
means original with mt'. that There
continue to make his home in I prompted an editorial in theWebster veteran -
West Palm Beach but expect to
Times and the<< result ance if
make fn>qllt'nt"ilits throughouthis i was most astonishing. In the Life
which extends on the
division I editorial I pointed out that tabor an "
coast: from Sebastian. southwardto
1tar inland a. I Day: is the ideal holiday :vs against 1 ....-MI1/
Deerfield and it falls on :Monday, and every provides
Belle Gla.Jpn.1 Okeechobee. holiday in the tear rnuld ).e and tears to :
--- ---- shonlil lie. ser\ed on that *.;inieday I time I sit.by Joe Marsh

Baltimore Visitors of the \\eek. :>Ioo Liy. which

In these da>s, uben \\orUerscenerall I :
.
Honored At PartyMrs
> ol s.>r\e a fi\e-day: est life :
\\...-"'. Satunia> is a: h.,li l.iy in w.iJ.iMe Willie I Goes:
Anderson Cnastam! entertained the manufacturing: plans of this '

Saturday afternoon at her s.-cti
home in Canal Point f"1"Ir FredHolloway fleltrate on :Monday it uouldnwxin vu _

:U1.111"5 Walter Holloway thaw days <...itunlav.Sun state it \ i
and!
l f\tr now. They're' indutriouwrllbehavf &
of Baltimore. IVlicioupound -* for all
Li\ and Monday! v-vi w' !
| ]-their favorite Isv-
cake and coffee made! up Morl.er*,.. \\ it II our' present air i or l">n : I
raze: !' mill. or a t'-mpera'r c la"'M
the menu At six o'clock the transportation, one could c.> t" i \'.. : I ,-
..ftrrr.. Tor' them the "thrrr It''
party motored out to the Sebar Calif"rni.n.1 return on such :along 1 .p I II K,-' ihiitj.ourtefulnr lie-
Seem to mean: pon
Ranch for fharoo.il broiled! steaks ueekend.N irw't !
.. Cc i: traint.Frun .
Around 3ri fnenvt from Belle --- -- .. .! J "
,
Glade West l'.elm ) ':\h. Pahoke-, P Fvin. r. i* r-r-rrel f r"m errand :t.. I wl-ere I ".',. cynical !' ..

and Canal Pont enjoyed the delightful a visit wt: : h brother anI : \-', : : who thsrht To.rars wi-.'.!..

party -- --- Evan of Chtrletor West X'a Vntil : tick trt steady habits of work a't i

Mr an.1t 0 D Carpenter and Mr and Mrs fL F "'a1.* ol it wor.'t : rr.r .t.r"l- ive tV.e.r. arr......r

had as puest Mr and Mrs. B. Sutton. West Vacott I J All ,\. "utiJertrsdaatci" like Will;:.....
Pedigo. Sr. :m.J11" and Mrs. B. -a rvMirv !

Pevlpo, Sr of Miami \\n-n.' H'sr. hey -.r.fant !nor the V>t
I i :! /1"
--- --- of Mr and Mr U ivd Hundley. : Claw } : (}" -t:
?
'
.. 1 i
'Ilk.nJ"N is recuperating was KipTixM at a rrrem.irjv performed over Ol.
'
from a ton..leotorny performed at the Pa: "..'1:-Y Metho!: !: ':-t4! V-

r.'r.Uyt Geed 1mar.3n Hospital Ch'.r in West Palm Beach T H.-u -S> past r -


Friday January 24, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Page Three

.

Fair events and urge you to at-.I Dinner Party In i WJi'\\;: nr tni IratffltrgWfraifggWgjFSj \;,,.fl\1 rn .l+rnr rnr+nr eM rnrHERBERT'

TOO LATE TO tend. Honor Of :Mrs. Shive 1
The Florida Fair this year will I S Fine Clothes For

present the greatest exhibition of
CLASSIFYBy I I I A dinner party and family reunion Men and women
Agricultural and Industrial exhib-'
I was held at the home ofj I TAILORED MEASURE:
( Russell Kay) it.:; ever assembled in the State. i'I Mrs C. A. Shive on Wednesday i

Counties from all sections are par evening of last week in celebration : Have Your Ladies' Clothes TailoredBy I .

This is the time of year that I ticipating and in most instances I of her birthday anniversary: A Man's Tailor

would like to be twins or triplets Attending were :Mr. and Mrs
they are staging elaborate displays -,
or something for it is the time Ralph Grimes and daughter Mr AL BELCHER

when everything seems to happenat that surpass any in previous and Mrs Duncan Padgett and

)'ears. children. Mr and Mrs. O. P Car-
once and it seems that I'm
Brand I BOX 876 PAHOKEET17VrlpiTprlL
new features include a
more or less mixed up with every- penter and daughter. Carol. Mr

that gigantic Electrical Exposition and Mrs John A. Dulany and eon
thing is happening.
ji !iJL! iyUy! SyoyOLl!
sponsored by the Tampa Electric
As Secretary of the Florida Mr and Mrs Sydney K. Smith

Fair, I find duties in connectionwith Company, where everything imaginable Jr., and daughter and Albert
in the of electrica:
way Herron.
this particular job demandingmore
equipment and appliances will be - .
and more of my time, while

the Annual Press Breakfast follows displayed and demonstrated. Fea- HOUSE SIIOWHOLLYYOOD SEWING MACHINE REPAIRSFor
ture of this texhibit, which
grea
on the heels of the Fair and Top saddle

must of the work in connectionwith occupies one of the largest build- horses. including national champions Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs and Supplier,
the Fair Grounds, will be
on
that must be done during the ings will prance through the show write or call at
the House of Magic, as shown at
time I am most busily engagedwith ring at the Fifth Annual Hor. e
the New York World's Fair, but
my duties at the State Fair. Show sponsored by the Hollywood RHODES APPLIANCES
modernized and much
enlarged
Since my mind is occupied with Post 92 of the American Legion "
: improved. Some 3;>0 modern appliances Avenue ".\
such activities at the moment, the here on Jan. 26.
I to lessen home .office and Belle Glade, FU.
matter of writing a column be- Stolling Jim undefeated walk-
i factory drudgery will be displayed horse Free Pick-up and Delivery service to Pahokee and Canal
comes a real burden. About allj| ing champion .and PaperD
in the first post-war show of the 1 Point twice weekly. Parts and Accessories for all ,
I can do is tell you a bit about the I II:. another! outstanding walking

kind. I I horse. will be among those makes and stvles
the of the ek-I
Through cooperation
i
ing a share of the $3.000 prize
-- I PanAmerican'orlJ Airwave, agrl'at '
money. it was announced by E K. i: JI

Latin American Exposition |j Fitzpatruk. general chairman I
is being brought to the Florida
The show will be: held in the .
Prince Theatre! Fair with exhibits from Cuba. Hollywood athletic stadium at i. -1 1

Chili Mexico Venezuela Brazil
I Dowdy Field and will include both

I IPaokee. Uruguay Paraguay Colombia. afternoon and night sessions Trees Vines Shrubs Citrusof
} Florida Central America and the We&t ,
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Indus. to the Fair an International I
give
all sizes and varieties for :
1 'I
I The Rev and Mrs C T. Howes

Week of January 26th. ) atmosphere.Expansion and improvement will Mrs H. J. Anderson. Mrs O. D. ; your Selection. -

i Carpenter and Mrs Duncan Pad- '
iI be found in every department 01 I
I irett attended a study and action L.AXDSC.APINGa
the Fair. The Livestock Show this
Suno-l\lon. seminar for the Methodist Miami I
will be with
outstanding
year I
I I District WSCS; held this wetk in you like it.Vc are organized and equipped to doa
some of the finest cattle evershown

...,.. ___ 'WtJ..r, in the South on di Play'l Coral Gables. I thorough job from plans to completion of planting.
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The Poultry Show on par .

: 1BR] Uli'IIIJ! famed Madison Square mien Mrs D. P. Caudill has returned I As altv'ays, you are

Show in size and scope is booked from a visit with her sish.r.Iis"
welcome
to capacity with finer birds thin Ruth Sheppard. in Miami Beach | at our

and GERALDINE before !i B. A. Russell; Orlando was i1 I

I ever School and Educational exhibits !! fan-mess visitor in the Glades area '! suIt: KKIO: : 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at

rnmtmmJ I r Wormni and Art di. plays are ex- 'i 1 'Tuesday and Wednesday I City Limits}, We!'t Palm Beach, Florida s

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ceptional this year, improved in

44."i: ': : ; both quality: and quantity. Exce-I To produce a ton of natural rub ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO.

uI; ; f! lent growing weather this season ber according to B. F. Goodrich

(]i'al'a7unl": : makes possible the finest and most : !'statisticians n quire* the full I i

.1 beautiful Flower Show ever working time of two men and the I

>" I latex yield yield of 450 rubber
:! btagcd
for full
trees a
Special events and attractions year. I
-
include the presentation of Dr

Quiz of Radio fame whose coast-{, Toll of the country'.s appaulmg

Tues.- Wed. to-coast broadcast over the American polio epidemic of 1946 soared
above the 25000( mark it was an- HomogenizedVitamin i I
network is a popular feature -
nounced last week by Basil O'Con-
Dr. Quiz will appear in per- ,
ner, president of the National
son and his nationwide broadcastwill
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
be staged in front of the ; D MilkAVAILABLE II00

.+ umt lirE1 grandstand with the audience participating ;j II

for numerous worth IS THE CIRCUIT COIRT IV AND r

HUGHJkDOMOTT KNOT IOHM while prizes offered. j jThrev. FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY !I
FLORIDA -- --- j!
UMOON SYMPHONY OftCH days of sanctioned professional CIINCFRY NO 22802
MARIE WARREN.
automobile racing are j Plaintiff AT YOUR
*sun KB anus MOMCTWDouble A I/IINQ/ IUAS
scheduled under the promotional'j -""- fil
,JOHN L VV ARRETV.
direction of National Speedways] Defendant
Feature GROCERY STORE
of Chicago with the sanction ofj I NOTICE TO *ppr.\R ;1
WARREN RESIDENCE:;
TO JOBS L
I the International Motor Content' RFD NO I. BELMONT NORTH C.'ROI.ISA' I II
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Z2...OKEEFE && WALKER Association. the first speed classic : I "
You are bf'rf'brf'qulrf'd to appear ini i
I being set for the opening day of the above Court on the 3rd d8of : Ii

the fair Tue.sdiv Feb 4. i Ff'bruarD I'M! ? at the Court !I
I House in west Palm Fearh Palm Bench ,
r 4 j r l I I Among distinguished visitor.- Coi:ntv. Florida to answer to the Bill I Iof :
;
I will be none other than El:'ie. famed ; complaint: for Divorce filed aealn : LFACREAMERY hG
TO'I ir the atnoe entitled ran e and
bovine beauty whose glamour ; '
:,
I ElereladeNcw:! a new-p-ip re!:'iiarlr
in the dairy world! has brought hen; nuhl:vhed in Palm Beach C'mnnF1ort ,
I <*a i" heehitnaTed athe i
A urtlhAi '1C1ufiThum. as much renown and attention as .
II i iII"Uyw"rS rca-'.pajf In which thl Ciderhall! hf'1pnbll..hf'd | CO.
..
I most deletable queenSfte nre each. week f r furre'nerutne |
week: lne I
travels to Florida bv private D0SESD' ORDFRED at Went Palm :
Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla.Let's
;
plino and will greet fair visitor: i Resrh Palm D..II-h (""'mt' FlorMa i I ,
this nth dff Dererrr \ D 1'\4C III
.- Fri f r"HIT her gl:imorou-. boudoir loc ,f Aiet Arnetfe f:ek nf I

_if ed in the Fl >wer Show buildinc I the Clrrtjtt "n'ITt Pa mFen'h -I
("ount'f"r! r ,laCIRCtli
tI Thus blooded beiutv darling of ,i COT-RT SFiM1v .
.
t the Bord' herd ha. traveled Wt'r i nad Clerk i,
Drputv
1OOOOO mile] the : .
throughout na-
TT.ad 't\** :dder .tc :re"; I
tim t.. :accept t-e blandishmentsof .-- P's'not lff PihoVee
I r.,'-:d.. ,
I million* of ,ltlmlrt'rs"n1- |' P'ib Jarno\:1: '0 I"1! t'4-7
!
I pinvtrg her to the fair are tw"> I j GetGoin'

Borden milk-maid a Vfter-mr :

and ether trained att.'ndantS .

I .. rion.ilir was the rand OU, cfl\ll'It'TF nrrTRir\i
KtPtiu !SHOP
pry: s1w presented at the Fair

1 list \'. ir a!' a spec'.al attrai ti'm. tI TYTF" '1FT"t" r.Y'FR-\7-
Double Feature On.e T..R"J"r.RRPt'RFTOR:- A:.1 .
Streider h.ts h kc.i the <
Mnaitr FlE: < TRi0 ORtl -

-it.'w' :can for nine apleearaneean.i \ stork! Ijrtorr CniTanterdP

Saturday Tori Parker personal ropr F.:. ,' : VkE .':- I>r*

s.,rLtl'f Eddie .\",,\ <1. ihr J Dave ,man.. \\-ith th- il'.mdav-= over and a new year facing

Ranch"lifiu npTg a tang up show that will ..
llachinerv Stud and
in. hide uih nat onallv' kn'ntAt uwe are ready to render even a betterrucf:
Repair j(('
:-: al! XVallv Fowler and h;selak ;
han in the pa-t Anwawe'll do ect T>thmj jr
; \titr\ full! Jimn .
: Hui :r Quartet, The IV.ke f Phone HIMIVMsT

IuranteAhO Ptd'ieah. Georgia. t'leldhi!"j i-e-- c iN. H RII>\ .:Ir |J".Wt'r t.. *.s'n-; .sff if your fled.MAFil J-:.

.\- :t I... :u .ud Pars yC.mpleting \ COMF11II MUHIM SHOP

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the gala pitrse .re ---------- ----- -
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, : . i!' the return \i ':r f iT : !: Ii'.t II.Mill: : Try"r ;' a. . . .
r
'....-panHa pageant wh its 1- ----- ----- --- - --- -.

_'" ,- . I,'rful street p&rftd.ar.J ('II CHIROPRACTORART

.. ::..r Ceremonies '\bldl. i* rs: exed -
T '': 3J BFCH \Western Auto Associate StoreI.
r. "' will attract r..' less tv"tit McN v\LI AI d
ffBE .
., Gwte . :F .: APE
: "I oo people! ti' Tampa r. '
TUES TH' R.r" f-ti
p.u1lIa Diy ?Monday: io-t'1nary 1't I. M LAIR Owner I'AHOKEE. FLA

;, A CO&YtetA PKflyf rt.".e pirate chief will ir'a.f'f' DR. U S. JONES I

city tsr fe! first! t.i.e !':::,-.. Sx."'r 301C .rr:.... Bui*
Pt,.r.. 3t-5C west PLn Ef' ch rs. i
the war )



Four The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday January 24 1947

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from ns many duties which is Honors
New Elks Lodge To- Banquet
"e'dom! indeed. he runs up to his

little cabin in beautiful Door county Visiting Eastern Star NOTICE TO TAXPAYERSAs

Continued from page 1 to spend a day or two trying:

guard: Dr. William J. Buck chap- Mrs Bessie Christian of Ocala
his luck. >. requited bv law. I will <>e at tne: f'111"wug!! p'!.u"<'s n he dates:
Neil DePamphiliorganist
lain
: Mr Broujriton: president oft worthy grand matron of ft: Grand set opposite eau i for 11? puipo-t ot receiving tax returns for the
Trustess are: It. Y. Creech sr. [ I
:e Press Publishing Company; Chapter of Florida Order of Eastern veal H\.r:
C. M Greene
J. A. Ball Jr.
chairman of the board of the PI'-.
Harold Rabin and Herbert 0.1 Pta. was guest of honor at a
Chicago Federal Home Loan bankGrard : Xo Location Date Time Place
Beck. banquet held Monday night by local -
Exalted Ruler of the Benevolent -
,I the Woman 19 Pan Beach:: Feb. 4. 1947 2 CO PM to 4 00 PM City Hall
OES members in
Members of the Belle Glade and Protective Order of
clubhouse The clubhouse was I JlDltt': l"t'b. S. 19.1 10 OJ AM :o 11 00 .at Port Ofh'f'
lodge fed particularly fortunate in I Elks: and a life member of Sigma 2 Lake }lark Ft"b. 3. 1947 12 Xoon to 1 00 PJI Fat (>ittce
being able to have Grand Exalted I Delta Chi: honorary newspaper decorated for the affair with 3 Riviera F.-b. 5. 19..7 2 CO PM to 4 00 PM city Hail

Ruler Broughton here for the oc fraternity. This litter honor was white carnations. tube roses and All Lake Worth Feb 7. 1947 10 00 AM to 4 00 PM City Hall

ca ion. lie plans only one other conferred him some years garden flowers in star-point colors :a I.lltary TrouI Feb 11 1947 9 30 AM h' IG 00 'M Canal Pride
I upon 23 Losahaatchee Ft'b. 11. 19..7 1(1:0: .tJI to 11 10 AM Pat Office
visit in Florida at this time and ago at the Wu-consm State Umversitv 31 WestgatE' 1"t'b. 11. 19H 2 00 PM W 3 00 PM school Audltoriu.m

that at Coral Gables. I Mrs Either LeFils, worthy ma- 37 Chosen Feb 13. 19-17 10 00 A\I to 11 00 AM Pat Ofhce-
For Yf'arsIr.. Broughtonwas - tron of the Pahokee Chapter acted 39 South Bay Ft'b. 13. 1901 11 30 AJt to 2 00 PM Pat Olnce
many as master: of ceremonies Mrs .0 Lake Harbor Feb. 13. 19-17 2 30 1'\1 to 4 00 1'\1 Pe.t Office
active a3 a director of the
for the Disabled Honor Guard And H C. Graham was in charge of .2 Grpt'nacres Feb H. 19..7 9 30 AM to 10 30 AM Garase
\Vt-consm Association K. 24 Lantana Ft'b. H. 1941 11 00 AM to 11 30 AM Town UaU
: in 1914 and 1945 he served Rifle Team Chosen the program and Mrs Sydney 25 Boynton Feb. H. 1947 1'00 1'\1 to 2 00 PM City Hail
1 Smith Jr., furnished the music.
as Fifth District Chairman of the All Delray Ft'b. 18. 19..1 10 00 AM to 4 00 PM City Hall
; The banquet was served by members -
\Visconsin Cancer drive: has been An honor guard and rifle team o Club. 41 ShaVlo-xlo Feb. ZOo 1917 10 00 AM to 11 00 AJt Office Buildmg .
a member of the Salvation Army i for Fred and Percy Mansfield of the Woman's the banquet :Mrs. 38 Belle Glade Feb. 20. x947 2 30 PM to 1.00 Flit Town Hall

Following 35 Canal Point Ft'b. 25. 19.01 10'00 AM 11 00 AM Office
Advisory hoard since it was organized I 90 was organized at a joint to Po..t
Post Christian paid her official visit to 36 Pahokt'e Feb 25. 1947 1 0\1 PM t1'00 1'\1 Town Hall
in this city in 1929. and in I meeting of Post 90 and the Legion
of the Pahokee OES Chapter at a 30 Boca Raton Feb. 2,. 19-17 10 00 AM to 11 30 .nl TOVlol1 Hall
November of 1942 was one eight I Auxiliary in the Lions Hall Monday Hall. The
persons throughout the world to night.laurice Carlton was meeting in the Masonic .U Vest Palm Beach Open Dally until April l=t Court U"u..e:
subject; of her addre-s was "Our
.
receive the Salvation Army Di: of the '
I chosen sergeant in charge Returns on REAL ESTATE TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE

tmeuished; Service award. He i new guard and Roy O'Neal. bugler Blessings. :"Labvnnth I PERSONAL PROPERTY should be filed at this time. I respectfully

has served as president and director : Other member include S. E.Gammage A courtesy program urge all taxpayers to meet ne at the various appointments* and make
of the local community Paul Collier A. J. of Love," was presented by chap- their! returns.. I shall b i glad to discuss any tax problem which you

fund and YMCA. is a trustee of 0 Kenneth Mock, Lawrence ter members inIr=>. Christian'shonor may have and help you in any way joible
Lively wereMrs
Those taking part
the Mead Public Library in this Danny Charles Strachle. Park LeFil"" MrAlee=e Ch 'rrvMr If for any reason you cannot meet me at these appointed place

city and his services here have Keen Perry Duke Arthur pOlO- :\1:1.Young.. Mrs RuthCarpenter t'w Tax Assessor's Office in the County Court house will be open for
been recognized to the extent of Frasure, J. T. Boynton the purpose of receiving turns until the first of April.fter that
(er Hugh Irs.tatti(> Lou Keens .
.
his tingasked to serve as vicepresident date no returns can oe filed, nor can a homosteul" exemption appli-
:. and Norman KnightCommander Pearl Hamilton Mrs Grace
of the trustees divisionof Edward A. Jensen -s cation be acceptedbe .
HO"I.'nhprIrs." Vena Ma Schro
the American Library association o appointed Arthur Spooner and dt'r11'5.. Iva Snyder! andIr I hall glad to mail the nel' '-try blanks to anyone upon
a position he now holds lie the
Carlton to represent
Maurice Mae Frund Mrs F.arlIt'r..- icquebt
has been a curator of the Wisconsin Ftta

State Hi toriral society for I Client post on the local Community I dith and duet Mrs: "Open O D Mine Carpenter Eyes":: .JAMES: : OWENS JR

and in 1Ht! : was elected sang a
many years { 1
A contribution of S"t>.10 was :\Ir--. Cartvnter also sang a !oli as.W'.air
:i vice-prevident of that grown dimes" i I Palm Ufarh ('oimtv. l .>rnl:vPATRONIZE
voted to the "march of Christian was presented
He served as Chairman of theAlaior I :Mrs: !
Disaster Relief committeeof t'amp.lign. It was announced that ; with a fan-<=happd bouquet of
Amuliarwill auim =ponrship colors and a
the fro''irr in tar-pomt
te American Red Cross. She i !
I v'- of the .cries of dance gift: She anti the worthy grant\
boy an county chapt"r. for a number I : !
his has al- to be held in the \\'oman'duh: patron received! honorary' mem- THE ADVERTISERS
of veirs and paper
school students It .. n ,. i" ". nt" .
way.. been :a'.tive anti a2"C"ressivf' hmi;:' for high herh'nin' roe ahn. et \ iimiThe 0o
: also m'nmmc.1 that a Legion officers
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was following grand -
in putting over the Red Cross
pot has I been organized hy negro introduced escorted\ to the
until the were 0 0I
drives! in this! ounty ITp I
served veterans of Pahokee-Canal Fast and) presented with Drifts:
fall of lOfi. Mr Hmiifrhton I
Point area i Mrs HuMU P"ntO'1. "rtnd rTrosertaative -
n.<* treasurer of the ShebovpanOourttv
Chapter (>f the National Plans were made far i joint of the State of Virginia I
meeting of Pn-t f0( and 1 Florede! Sneer nast .
Foundation for Infantile Paralvsis!' supper : : Mrs:
a position he held from the time the \u\iharv: followed)) bv a dance I "randdah: Mrs Mabel C. :

the local chapter was or ini7edHe on Fob 3. Refreshments were Thome. right \':orthp"1"t district

now continues as director. served! bv members of the Auxiliary I ..1"olltgran.l matron of the State I II

Many time mentioned endorsed at the close of the meeting I of NVvv York: :Mr Stella Pifkle. !
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and drafted to run for office i grand instructor: of District I1* and I II

retying from governor to UniteilSt'tes ('.\1:1) or TH.\\Ii... I r a..t grand l representative of the :

senator Mr Broughton has o State of Vermont .1. G. Weeks of :

t'lined a deaf ear to all such pleas We wish to express our appreciation Canal Point. district deputy grandmaster a

and has never run for public office for the kindness and sympathy -:
shown U3 after the death oft Lodov! wa also mtro'hicedar AI J t.

His hobby is fi hingnd whenever ur father and brother : : <1 preeonted with a gift. :

ht" can find tune to pare The Humphries firmly The degree of the order! was

1 inferred on Mrs France Knight ( Were Working !

I of Pibokee At the conclusion I Io
I hf the nit.'ting nfre-hments were :

I
1 I Martrnrot Roton.tr: s Hilda i i

Thom:1slr" Flore 'T'oA c
I :MrFva:: llowell hoste.sse i iI I

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Good Start BridgesMillerMiss :


Catherine Elizabeth Miller,

, daughter of Mr and Mrs Angus I. I Our real "bosses" '. ..
I II
I
Miller of Cana IPomt. and William I
I II Ij
I
Bullard Bridges .sen of Mrs are our customers and the
I
Willie\ Bridges of Pahokee. were I thousands of people in towns and on the

j Betzner's are off to a married at the P.ihokee Methodist
Here at Church on Thursday Jan. 16. at farms of the southeast who are waiting for

j i good start in the matter of furnishing 6:30: p. m. Vow" for the double I telephones. Their telephone needs are our


;i : you with hardware during: the I C.ring T ceremony Howes pastor were as read the bv couple Rev i work program.

stood before the altar which was

; good year 1917. I banked with tube rose-:: and fern Material shortages continue to hamper us

: with potted palms in the back- and it will still take time to get around to
gruun.1 The altar was lighted

We're planningbig- on taking care with: white tapers in candelabra: everyone, but you can depend on this: A vastly

t and the altar rail was entwined enlarged telephone organization is installing
and
customers many
old as
of our with fern and white blossoms! !
central office equipment cable and other
G:n'.'"in marriage bv her father ,
wish to sample our service. -
neone:' as th' bri.It- wore a parted pink woolen facilities Just as fast as they become avail- I

i .:t with black accessories aMa able . and there'll be no let-up until there'splenty
hI 1! 1, k -.>q nn half hat with cir.Ltr -

\ '.I :w."p v-it Her corsage of service, local and long distance, for

w t- ..' in! k.tipped: white pladi l!
and farm.
It.a I1 -nlr(1Vith a lot of folks in :\.1 I t .b.) 'rises i town


the hake: legion l that when they need >- :SIr Glenn Cecil Parr Hall was brother-in-law: matron o'Oar i ___


hardware tho\ just naturallyay : !. -:;., hn.ieer"">m. WIt bt man i i (

y.... '. :Millad fiJi Elam acted ; TO TELEPHONE USERS

"Y"u'lfin,1\ it at LoumrMirs Hl'tzwl"! :'. \ .,,". r'"
I Ir T'; t'r\\ Lq a graduate "f P I- Central offices are the busiest c.cr. If the

""' liar: : :*...h.*>! amt before ..* dial tone, or the operator's ans.cr, is

.- t. : t:.' ass employed at Dum-
sometimes delayed, please bear with us
lr.. < ':. \0;: Plant :r PahokeeM
until additional equipment can be ob-
.
t
: P.": !t. s : alai a jrrad:

.- ... '.K r.; -.:eh school i and ht'.r tained and installed. Thanks.

: : .- r.-,". -* discharge from tv-f

1-...\ hePl.1 the rank nf p
.. :'..:- c'a f serRrart was :-
THE KIWRK: STORE ...
.
... n.two years ind'Jdn'i

MAIN: S1KKKT BELLE GLADE.( FL.i .\. '. \' ..".' .iver.'&* duty *rr Japan Southern BeD Telephone and Telegraph Company

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Friday, January 24. 1947 The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida Page Five

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Kappy Young Has Wilson-Bowman No Pot Of Glod i!1 by Mrs. J. R. York. Mrs E. J. Miss Montene Rammage left
j Graham was welcomed a.a new :'olontlafor Jackson Memorial

Birthday Party I Mrs. Claudia Bowman, daughterof Weekly Field ] member. Mrs. Thomas and :Mrs: : hospital l. ::\ where she will

:Mrs.: Lorene Acuff of Eu-tis, Bureau AdvisesWASHINGTON ; John T. Pickett were hostesses undergo an operation.
...
MrsVilburn C. Young entertained I and Parker T. Wilson of Pahokeei : during the social hour. -

at her home at Port Mayaca I i I were married at the Eustis Methodist -- .. I,i Mr and :Mrs: D. \\-. Young had
At least
Saturday afternoon with a i ; Church on Sunday Jan. 19. one Rev Carl A. Moberg was a i- guests the past week their son-
federal bureau
lawn party for her daughter Kappa I at 4p.m. appreciates the visitor in Miami several days this in-law and daughter. Mr and :Mrs.:

who was (celebrating third j The bride is a graduate of Eu- problems of the weekly newspa- week. I I P. S. Bowe of St Augustine.
per publisher'"The ; !
birthday anniversary. A color stis High School and the School of Department of Commercelast
scheme of pink and greenas followed -j Nursing Good Samaritan Hospital week'oluntel'red opinions
in party decorations. Candy, West Palm Beach. Before
that the weekly newspaper busi-
basket favors were presented to! her marriage she was a member
I ness hold no "pot of old"and
the guests and the hostess was assisted i i of the nuning"taff at Lake County Dr. A. C. Wilhelm Jr.
that business
no or profession requires p
in the serving of refreshments i! Medical Center. Frost proof. ,
more extensive generalknow
of ice cream and cake by I Mr. Wilson son of :Mr.: and Mrs ?
ledge. 0 Optometrist
Miss Betty Jo Brooker. 1. S. Wilson of Frostproof is a -
The comment contained in a
Guests!' were Bobby Williams graduate of Frostproof High
booklet which is one in a series on
Jeanette Harrington. Michael School and the University: of Florida possibilities of business: ventures E Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted
Maxson. Bill Maxson. Betty John- For the past two years he
Henry I at Bolton'sDrug states: 8 EVENING I APPOINTMENTS FOR c t
son. Skeets Bog, Robert Boe. has been pharmacist
"The editor further needs some
Ripke. Sandra Lampi. Sunny Store. OUT OF TOWN PATIENTS 0
0
of the qualifications of a sociolo-
Libhart Robert Lampi. Jr.. Don I Following wedding trip to gist psychologist and economist" I Mail In Your Broken Glasses iJ
and Mrs.
Hob "There is no pot of gold in the
Roell. Mrs. Robert Lampi and : Wilson will make their home in weekly business even for a new I I For Prompt Repair S
Mrs. A. C. Libhart were ako pres- Pahokee.
- publisher who possesses all necessary 212 N. ANDREWS AYE. PHONE 192 tI
ent. I
qualifications. the department 0
.
- FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. g
Brenda Carter Has advised "but success is pos-
ATTEND CONFERENCERev.
W. T. Blair. Rev. C. T. Birthday PartyBrenda sible." - I yirrirrrinnrmnnnFinnnnnnnnPIANOS _

Howes and O. B. McClure attended -
a Methodist Home Missions Carter celebrated her Circle Inducts Its
fifth birthday at a party given
Conference conducted by Bishop New Officers
by her mother. Mrs. H. L. Carter
Arthur M Moore at Trinity
even at the Woman's clubhouse Satur- JEWELRY ;MUSICJ.
Church. Miami, on Monday
followedby day afternoon. Decorations were Mrs. James G. Thomas. Jr..
The conference was
ing. of pink and blue. Hats and candy president and other newly elected

ing'rvice a fellowship open supper to the and public.even Asocial baskets were presented as party officers of the Gertrude Shirley I W. R ASH L E Y

favors. Mrs Ciirter was av-i=ted Circle Pahokee MethodistVSCS..
wives of the
for minister's Fla.
JEWELER Belle Glade.
were inducted into office at -
a
her Miss
Miami District given by Mrs. by sister. Evelyn Maloy. i
Moore at'hite Temple Church and by Mrs. Frances Rogers in the circle meeting held Monday nightin i

Monday afternoon was attended entertaining and the st'rvingof refreshments the church. Mrs. D. D. Caudill GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY I Iof'

by Mrs C. T. Howes. of ice cream cake and acted as installing officer. II I
punch A talk on "Poland" was given

Guests were Gayle Johnson. Bill

Johnson. Cynthia Friend. Sandra
Rogers. Nancy Thomas. Jill :\111I !- .a 4 s 4 ;04 >4 >4 ;o4 a>C i;o"i>-oe A A>{to>4 A> l'c A;.C A><.'><.!}-e A>4 >c#".4 Ao C A".4#>4.>4:>4 A..4 >4o.g.!.i.40.i .i Y>t iii Y>
:; 9 Y Y C Y Y 7 7 11' Y Y Y Y VI' V .I t .1 't 't Y Y Y \I' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

Dr. R. Creech, Jr. I I Rranch.wain. Shirley Sandra L'pthegrove Kincaid. Larry shy :#Y:

Blanchard Branch. Janet and Jerry NATIONAL HAS IT

Optometrist Upthegrove. Fiances Calhoun
I I Virginia and Tommy Culberson. iv} tt>

: Morris Kennedy. Danny Padgett
Ne\v Elsberry i and Jennie Friend
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Six The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, January 24 ,1 PH


loaded with real Western action. i

Cinematic ChatterBy Second picture up is "The Re- 1
turn of Rusty", the story of a boy Classified AdsSEPTIC Authorized Dealers
Malcolm Millar
and his dog as told by Ted Don- .

aldson. John Litel. Mark Dennis. WISCONSIN AIR COOLED ENGINES
Here is a story about a little Barbara Woodelland Robert Stev- tanks and grease traps :
ALSO REPAIR PARTS
cleaned and repaired. Phone
known office that functioned dur- ens. This is a picture that will
3872. Bob Douthit Pahokee. M17c ;
ing the war with great success. give your heart several tugs and I NEW PORTABLE "WELDER Enabeling us to ;

It is the Office of Strategic Ser- you will find plenty the of show.laughs FOR SALE: Fine display of New i do any kind of Steel Construction at any place '
right along through
and reconditioned trailers. Small
vice .and its operatives tell of See at the movies-Mal.
you down payment balance like rent. Manufacturers Of ;

some of that the one most could hair-raising imagine.episodes So- . We have three lots and carry a IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE PUMPS !
Seventy-five thousand dollars
many adventures were experiencedby stock, we surely can solve your HYDRAULIC MOLE DRAINS i
the men who worked out of this I
Trailer
housing problem. Arthur WEED CHOPPERS Ii
office that a story was written Sales, East main St. Pahokee. i
about them and then made into a 9 WE MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING THATS :
Open from 10 a. m. to p. m. '
motion picture. .That picture is daily including Sunday. tfch :MADE OUT OF IRON FOR USE IN '
labeled "0. S. S:

"0. S. S." is to be screened at ; THE GLADES : 1\
Expected to arrive in Pahokee FOR SALE: New Chrysler indust-
this
the Prince Theatre Sunday-
Monday, with Alan Ladd and this week for a visit with their rial power unit, starter and gen- AGENT FOR 5-V CRIMP AND CORRIGATED ;
erator and automatic shut-off
Geraldine as the stars and Pat- brother and sister-in-law are Mrs. Phone 531, or 4002 Canal Point. tf ALUMINIUM ROOFING

rick Knowles. John Hoyt and, Othella Sage of Paw Paw. Mich., -- -- ---- -

many other well known featured Mrs. Bertha Long of Hamilton WANTED: Experienced Chevrolet

players] lending able assistance in Station Pa., and Mrs. Georgia mechanic also body and paint Canal Point Machine WorksI
making this one of the most memorable man. Permanent Job. Contact I

] shows that you will live Malchette of Pensacola. I O. O. Gilbert at Christian Chevrolet -1 I CANAL POINT PHONE 531 P. O. BOX 466 I
Mrs. Seth Roberts is recuperating -
.
to remember.Here Ii
rcE.'i\'ed'' company in Pahokee or phone I i II
is a story that everyone; i from an arm injury Pahokee 2371 or 4S41. N29ch I
can enjoy because it has music, !I in a recent fall. I

romance and drmatic adventure j Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Chas- COME IX and see the New Elec

woven into it M skillfully that the j i tain were business itors in Or- tric Lawn Mower now on dem

show moves along with just the lando Wednesday of this!' week. onstration. So easy to operate,

proper motion to make it action- I Mrs. Frapk Thompson, accompanied you merely plug in, switch on

ated. this is the story 'The Seventh -1: by Mrs. Ora W. Powell. motor and \\'hizz--the grass is cut I PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERS
Veil" and it is to be screened at t spent the weekend in Orlando regardless of height. Christian

the Prince Theatre this Tuesday- visiting her husband who L= a Chevrolet Pahokee, Fla. Phone I

Wednesday, on a double featured : patient at a hospital there. 2371. StDlSch
program. I Mrs. Melba Cruthird returned

Stars in the piece are James ', home this week from St. Miry's I AVON PKOnrCTS, INC., needs ;;

Ma=on and Ann Todd and one of Hospital inVest Palm Beach sales representatives in Canal .

the featured o fthe show is the I where she was a patient for several Point and Belle Gade.Vrite t

famous London Symphony Orches- ] days. District Manager P. O. Box 1101 j

trr. You'll enjoy this very fine I O. O. Gilbert left Tuesday for a West Palm Beach giving full in- :
story with its excellent cast of I two weeks' visit in Dudley Ga.. formation and complete address iJSlpd i Join The ThrongsAttend

players. I am sure. I where he will be the guest of hisbrotherinlaw

The second picture up on this ;, and !>istt'r.Ir.. and I

program brings that goofy young Mrs. W. B. Haskins. i \\ 11,1. PAY .V each for coconut 1: the

fellow of the screen comedies Den Roland Johnson will return to Blossoms.] :Must: be complete. ,

nis O'Keefe. with Helen Walkeras his home in New Britian Conn., Phone 552 or contact :Malcolm ,

his loading lady and ably assisted I tomorrow after a three weeks Millar. I Racesat

by Scotty Beckett. Fuzzy I visit with his wife's brotherinlawand Dog

Knight and Tom Powers and many sister. Mr. antIIr A. C. FOR SALE: Boys' and Girls] I

other well known players. I I Libhart .in Pahokee. Mrs. Johnson Schwinn built Bicycle, electric I
Yes. This Is A Comedy. It Lithe and daughter. Holly will remain horns and lights easy terms if the

type comedy that will keep I here for an extended visit. desided. Henderson Texaco Station -

stitche. from the very first I I Miss Lillian Kimball has returned Pahokee. Itc
in
you
Palm Beach
frame of the picture.One I to her studies at Mont Verde
of the highlights of the Academv after a visit with her FOR SALE: 1942 Chevrolet 3-4 I '

roadside winery, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kimballin ton stake body truck rebuilt
show is at a
where the manager mistakes the Bryant. motor just installed four speed Kennel ClubNIGHTLY

for a freshly married Larry Elliott small son of Mr. transmission heavy duty rear-end,

couple team and turns over the and Mrs. Thomas Elliott, under- helper spring, good 7xl7-8 ply

bridal young suite to them. The rest of went a tonsilectomy at Good Samaritan tires and spare new paint job
Hospital in West Palm clearance lights to mirrors road
the story will kill you with lau ht-I
Beach Wednesday of this week. flares and a 1947 tag. $1145 cash.

er. the lovely Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn C. Young Can be seen at Henderson Texaco
Thursday- Friday
had as recent guests her parents.Mr. Station Pahokee, Fla. Ito
of the great
Gene Tierney star (except Sunday)
and Mrs.' George Mitchell and
Heaven" will
show "Leave Her to Mr. and Mrs.. George Jones and A Few Folks failed to mail in I
grace our screen in "Dragon- of their checks ,for sugscnptionswhen
sonGeorge.. Jr., Maryland.Mrs.
,k which is said to be her!
.
wy< William Bates of Alton. we mailed out bills a few
greatest triumph. Walter Huston. I FIRST RACE 8:15 P. :M. ;
weeks We'll watch the next
t 111., is visiting her brother-in-law ago. i I II
Vincent Price and Glenn Langanare 1 and sister. Mr. andIrs. C. C. mail for these few straggler.The
starred with this charming ; Daily Double-2nd & 3rd Races
Cnithird. in Pahokee. check can be mailed to The Everglades -
actress, with Anne Revere. Spring I
News at Canal Point. I
\I Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Anderson
Byington. Connie Marshall and Ten Quinieila Races
j had as guests the past week her
Jll'nrylnr an lending fine sup $2:) KFAVAKD for information
brother. Stewart Staples of GreenNirt. -
( j leading to whereabouts of
port.For | I. >nc Island] : also P. :S Jensen my i
drama that will have you Y.. ; boat. 12 foot size. See. L. L. Home NO MINORS ADMITTED:
of Richfield SpringN.: i
clutching at your throat one moment i at Royal's Store north <.f Canal
and J. Hansen of Copenhagen. :
and hanging on to the seat I Denmark.Mr. I I Point. Hp.XTtU Opposite Morrison: Field

the next this is a picture that j an.1trs.. Bill Bosworth I "
should give you the finest evening'' spent the weekend! in Hollywood \"'.\ : : Furnished apartment : West: Palm Reach Admission: : 2 5e;
| or house" in Pahokee or vicinity.
that could imagine. ]
at the theatre one visiting Or. an.1Irs.. Rudolph; ]
I Heath. '| Call :Mrs. B. \\'. Wood, Phone 20x2. i iI

Saturday brings another double1'j The Pahokee High School] Senior I! Pahokee. _.. J31p I
I
ft'aturt'tll'n'gram Gene Autry girls were entertained at the high FARM: OXN-i from $:,- es10 up unwell e
and l Jimmy Durente .sharinsr honors !"school Friday afternoon at a fashion improved lan-l and rattl

in "Mi'Kitly: Il.inch". with 's show present in great style] I, ranch.sI 1-2 p 'rcent interest.

not all comedy! and singing.but! L- hv the :Senior boys.: :Models who: 10 t2O years t<> pay. Prudential!

really stool out were KM Howell. : In lIra:;...' Company "fn1t'rJca. ,
showing off the sweater girl's; !, bv (' A. Bailey.: Solicitor. P lie I

CHILLS & FEVER 'at--t styles: Otis Bol.ind. a* nKithine : Gla.I. J2ttfNIKI j
l beauty: Thomas Du ksonittr.vl
DUE TO MALARIA in the latest in ladies' I'' \\ \ : : Experienced white ....r-

rteRlieoe and Billy Rawldemon'! sire station man HendersonI
I Texaco Station. Pahok.... J2trhi

RELIEVED666. young lady shouM wear in formal i 1'011.1:: 1<".I1 "- .r For.1\ se-
".v.nc gowr.sMr A. Servant of the Glades
Tom Pmkston of Lake But- I!' d..n I1 rod"f.n Txai <, Station.Pahokte ,.
J2J1:
\i r :" visiting: her hrotht>r"" I WWvks

and J G. \\'_ -". and fame : TIRF... TI.UK*. iiAtter. and i a.'-

:Jh"! '". Pahokee and 'anal Point I ,';;"<>nts. Easy terms H.'nd. r- TiiMiaml:
IS YOUR LIVER r' \\..ek sr>n Txaco tat'lOn. Pahokee : 4 Buses
Tu WeM Palm Bl' ichTo
Mr and :Mrs P l> rl\udn had J2Won.

CRYING FOR HELP the" weekend his -- --
is Clh.st.'r Daily |I't .MiTs I & lakeland"
.
:ir-nts Mr a"dIr.<: .1 r Caui Toni.K:: New' prar. t.' :;-4 ', i

because of constipation or faulty dl- i !H: 'f'e+t Palm Beach andrVv Trail r. Steel frame and t..?1'.
Festion' If you leek bilious, sour, "v.n1llf Ohio i' 'a"th"mpl..t... roiipl'.r.car.'l]: '.i:''.
biuau uith K WS lwati.1'hblul': \ < :
"
proui !w. you r iN. pu'.n; too big :Mr !and Mr Parker T \\t! nnrrnv.l lan, A bargain Cr.ristar; (*r.vrolet Lines Inc.Eiv1Ne
a buriscn on your 11r.. Ili-tan unt'.1 .it their home herv W*> 1v Pore! 237. Pahuk*. Fla ti* Glades Motor .
di): feed bt-v' :is putri'acic.cauM .
%> toxins.h: : ('\'r'." '.\ from a honevmeor '.iportn X.Mt.ll: 10V\ : S, T.c.t ..-. :
I\IT. kvpiV it from u-orknjr: prop- the last Coast : Mi--: tr h S.VA! nviAt be :; : : ; THE OLADKS"Page ::
.'rh'. Then is tie time to n-li--xe: yourtirvd Chariest F -O-sie.. Sr *PTitrv !
l\or by ltttin r C"aabs heap: reasonable.: L L.r.-i."av J'T! .
r.auS't't'p i.' e ptitrrfaciive: and 5 r>a. partially digested matirr front your received mf"d"I\l treatmer.t at
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stomach and ir>.:stmes. Nothing a'tj th.- Or*n-" ..."' Inv General Hose! \\ 11.1. 1.'( 11 \.\ iE: ;*.an...! -T
Just lilte goat old C;. :>tabs.. Vse as directed. -
lOc and 25c: at your d.'tlsis rut tl That was removed f rorrtve pop,ore mar-.ir.e! f.r small elec-
'V>c !enouslv ir.rir....! in a I ti"< .tr-.r.K N* "r .-*..- rgistr J

Take CALOTABS mot.rrxoe ,accident la"t Serteinber F Dotr.an at tie!: ra.IruaJ: crr s. :s

ar.d replaced!' ath a brace I.: Pa.kee J2tptj



January 24, 1947 The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Page Seved
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CANAL. POINT METHODIST Want 300 In S. S. At I Prominent Jaxon the state road department and U

ciirucn NEWS active in Florida civic affairs. He

Pahokee BaptistThree For Top Rotary Job is a former international vice

The Sunday School activities of i I president: of the Rotary: club.

the Canal Point :Methodist Church hundred in the Sunday JACKSONVILLE Kendrick
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have been steadily growing week School of the First Baptist Churchof Guernsey of Jacksonville, chair-
Pahokee is the immediate objective -
:ilr. and :Mrs. Kenneth Cooksey after week. We have set our goalat man of the Florida Citizens' Com- Barbecue Enjoyed By
of the superintendent O.
Monticello: : announce the arrival I a steady attendance of 100 and mittee studying the State's school
O. Gilbert and his faculty of Canal Point Baptists'Members
of a son Kenneth Cook..;ey, Jr., on all indications are that we shall be some problem was nominated last Saturday -
I The attendance of the
forty. pastyear
January 2, 1947. The young man doing just that very soon. A class< at Chicago to be interna-
leadone to believe the fruition -
tipped the scales to seven pounds I contest will begin on Sunday. Feb- tional president of Rotary clubs by : and friends of the
of the above is just around
and four ounces. :Mrs. Cooksey is ruary 2 with points being given the organization's nominating Canal Point Baptist Church enjoyed -
the corner. Mrs. W. M. DuBose
the daughter of :Mrs. John Harrington for new members high attendance committee. Members here .said Barbecue
i a on the church
and her workers
are rapidly near-
of Port ::\Iayaca.Ir. good work etc. A graphic nomination: was tantamount to
ing their training union goal of grounds Thursday evening Jan-
::\ and :Mrs. J. C. Sowder of record of progress will be made. election. '
one hundred. uary 16. sponsored by the :Men's
Pahokee announce the birth of a- X .V. :Maxson is the Superintendent. The election will be held at the
Sunday will be a busy day for Bible Class. The menu consistedof
Sandra Faye, at the There is a class for every
daughter 'annual convention in June at San
the Ladi'es Quartet with"the presentation barbecued pork and beef, brunswick -
F.vNgladesIemorial Hospital or age . . as well as a Fellowship I Francisco. It wasthe first time
of programs at the morning stew swamp cabbage, slaw,
Jan .17. group. service. afternoon conventionand that a Florida man was nominated potatoe salad, bread and coffee.
:Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Plank of The :Iorning'orship Serviceat
I for th eoffice and one other
the service at night. The only Approximately 150 guests were
Lake Harbor announce the birth 11 A .M. will have a. a themea
southerner Albert S. Adams of .
spiritual "I Know the Lord Done present.Immediately
of a daughter Marcella Zeffia, at sermon on immature thinking- Atlanta has held the office.
the din-
Laid HL Hand On ::\k"ill be following
the Everglades Memorial Hospitalon !; entitled "I'm So Sorry forIe"
i
;.Ilngat the eleven o'clock service. Formerly of Orlando, Guernsey ner a business meeting was heldin
Jan. 18. The Evening Worship will feature The pastor Rev. C. A. Moberg : is vice president of the Gulf Life the church auditorium to discuss
:Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Holden announce singingof beloved gospel songs
of
Insurance member for
will preach on "We The People. Company a plans a pastorium.
the birth of a daughter,, and the message "What Is Doing I
At the night service, the pastor
Sally Joann at Good Samaritan Now?"
will continue his series of teaching I
Hospital. West Palm Beach, on Last Sunday six carload. of folk -
sermons with the aid of the chart
Jan. 12.Baptists. from our church drove in to First
"Where Do Our Jewish FriendsGo
on
. Palm Beach to
Church In West
From Here?" The musical
Moore bring his W. C. BamfordCertified
hear Eishop
Hope To family of choir, orchestra andquartet
eighth-day Preaching :Mission to a
will augment the "Illum

Pay For Building By close. The Bishop spoke on "The I inated Cros.Ieditation: Sing". Public Accountant
Short",
of a
Tragedy Stopping
Easter Those attending are invited to
SundayThe
-ermon that greatly moved the
bring Bibles and notebooks. I
congregation of over 1000.
removal of his office
_,.
announces
response! of the call of God The Young :Married People's --e

through the pastor of the First Fellowship will hold an Organization Mr.: and Mrs.: Jim Brookshireand

Baptist Church (,f Pahokee relative Party at the parsonage on children of San Diego are the to the new

to the completing of the Sunday :Monday. Jan. 27 at 7:30 P. M. AlII house guests of :Mrs. Bertha L.

School building with all bills young married folk of the area 11 I :Stalling; and family.

paid by Easter Sunday, April who desire to join their friend in. --._-- -- I ELLSBERRY BUILDINGIn
sixth, is being met with much en fU:1''
of wholesome
the program i Mrs. Albert G. Anders; has: gon

thusiasm.. C. A. Last Hatchelor Sunday reported the treas.or receiving -- I anti fellowship . of doing thing; to Gainesville to join her husband i Belle Glade

in offerings the amount of and going places together with I who is a student at the University
I other young folks with the !same
I
of Florida.
S176O :'O. This in view of the fact
i de.-ires and needs are urged to at
that this season thus far from the
i tend. The time of this; party was
standpoint of the ngi{cultural,,
I set by: those present at a meetingfor
conditions are not up to the usual ..
.
that some time a:;:-o. .. :
purpose
<
stand tnt!, be>Peaks i for those interested I "" ".0 '*.h 1;
Choir Practice and Prayer l' 'l ..
only the best. This typeof > ; I)jIE -.:: .. ).. "' .
I Meeting are held! each! Thursdayevening. <
giving borders on the sacrificalCongriizant

in I Choir Practice starts at I ..,,, ._
of this! investment II I -.
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70: and Prayer :Meeting takekover : ;:-.o.; _ :. -----...
Ood's "Tht'Ythat
the spiritual; promise
about S:3rt:: with tho.e win) _
honor :Me. I will honor will
come early joining in with the /-M \
harvest of untold
surely bring a
i choir in some of the favorite song'; ; t get'
magnitude.: Rev. C. A. :Mobergp.istoi. (
church, it was decided tc (
of our \ can
thank
uses this medium t<> (
these two joyful meeting; /
hisheart. bring
all from the very bottom of
for this beautiful demonstration together in this; WF.vpnhOoi:>' \ )

of a community" love forth i-; welcome at both meetings.The I :

(' foundation of American Democracy. 1 MYF will meet at 0:30: A.M. .. : (feiYou b and

: The Church of Jesus : on :Saturday; to complete the : : '.
the barn behind -
Christ. work of tf'RringIlown "

----e_ I the church in preparation for :

the barbecue promised by D. L.Hooki .. {' ..,
Interest Continues ; (
when our Suml.iv :School ;

In Class ContestThe I reaches and holds steadily to th' ..:..\ .. ,., I ? b- e r *j :I : e I
1o/) mark. Work should be completed I-'A V If"

I on the pit within the next I. ,..r--')I I I.. 1
contest conducted t by the' ,.
i week or so. The next meeting olthe ( .\t..
PnhokIt'n's Bible Class continue -
..__ x
will bt at the home of! '
: MYF
:
to find Paul Watson and hi? ...... s ac
.....
Hooks on Wednesday : I .....
group in the lead w.th thirty I Mr. and :Mrs. i 'Y-ot' ..... !
I 20 for a FellowshipParty. :; .
point.The next three in order January ._
U to bring some'
Everyone I
are lA'o'rott'n with twenty fivepaints
. homemade -
i instrument
kind of an
Max Beverly with twenty
one and Al Belcher Horace Un- or real . which he must c Jbq4'1

win tied with twenty points eachHoward play as part of the entertainmentGames _
and fun for all will be had
Holman "The Tale" is in

last place: with fifteen points. Jack Please make reservations with

Spell and D. Upthegrove lead the I :Mr. Blair by Sunday.

rt'maininggroups.. A steady in- I ------

creasein the enrollment is one of Junior Girls Feted I

the t'nC"ouragingfeatures of tha

class which brings into view the At Lawn Party S

objective of 200 with 100 in attendance. rI

: :Mrs. Harry ::\McIntosh: :; entertained "

This Sunday's: lesson "Jesus and at her home :;:Saturday htI j jI I

the Samaritan Woman" will be I with a lawn party and wiener jI I If yi u'n' going on vacation, changing your address,

presented by the pastor Itt'e.. i roast for members of her Junior e 1
and} or just moving to a neW location, it's usually j os.sible
A. Moberg. The Class Quartet Girl Sunday school class !

Messrs. p''II'nt'r. Cowart. Wood. their mother to make all arrangements for connecting or disconnecting -

Butler and Grimes alternate I, Those attending were Lovd.iWilliams. your service l by telephone.

will present another of its splendid Peggy Lynn :Shirley:: I Ii

programs. A most cordial invitation ; Joyce Lynn Hurt Carol Carpenter i ft
To e'if the trouble of to office
U extended to all unaffiliated : Phoebe Ann Ramey. Judith i save your- a trip our ,

men of this area and t-,' : Lloyd Starling:; Roberta Hilton. 1 just: phone::

the visitors to attend his :;:lInbyat I Elt'anor"akH.. Kay FrIt'n,1.n-

ee'Fellowship Hall on Hac.1mI' r.ette Mclntivh. K.'nnIdnth..
J Belle Glade; Office 3,1: ,JJ
0 t n t Road steers Homer Mrs Ruth Hat ton Mrs I: F i j
,
Barnes: and C It \l'r,'ten will ad! Il irt. Mrs V-orse B Itirr.ov. Mr ,

as ere 'ters T W Knight is th'' and Mrs O D Carpenter in 1 Mrand Pahokee Office __ __ 2001NOTII'Y

mcmlvrship" president! C I.Shirley .. Mr. al.'1.1,

i ie the !.fellowship.'.' presider.t --- -
Tliis sen-ice i is popular with our customers: CO f>?r
The president is I. Jaudon; ) r>:
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I'1IKI; >1KNKIIB.irhara : Party I In PahokeeMr T.insure handlingy arrant.-'! ?-y *flf{p.!. !}<..
o u r request ontime.
Jean inf.ir.t d.v.ightei ;
eye appreciate:
of Mr and Mrs Sam MrKmstsryJr. -:= <7.%" <' >rr M -- Mir irSt

\va christened at a ceremony' .k.,- -i.' i M:
held at the Episcopal Church 01 t terta-.red: at the tit'eeT v.'s ,'!1.0; ,->n t your move afar aj -

the H.'lyatvity: un.aith Tuesday evening of list w--k witha p j ssihle;! in a
IVv .\ J Ijxvly officiating Mrs party and shower hon. n-c Ms< (tall; durn! :: "ffioh ; FLORIDA\ "El'-I\IGHT\ CQMP1YYlull

O. It. HI.'fi"h wajrodmother and Catherine Elizabeth Mtler wr t>>- ->ur-. !t :"11 a. .rti. 11

O K BIfech.: godfather! The ceremony mme the bride ,)William Bi.iri I .-) '.00 1\. ."'. .. .I..". .\ ;

wax performed tn the presence Brid ej* on Jar. Ifi P: in -. c. ... ,#, 'II"Friday ..

of Mr and Mrs \\' .\ Cross. tions were played by atria Pt'.svMax

Sand Mr and Mrs Sam MoKinstry. son and Mss Stokes sang

Sr grandparent and .I. "Alwantf'sb were r.I3\-i!

K Cochran .Sr. great grandfather : and ivfrhmrit Tved by th-' -
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